Hello Everyone,

I am migrating my DHCP services from an old SUN server to an OES Linux server. In the old SUN files, my client identifier and mac addresses have a leading pair. So if my mac address is 00:30:C1:57:44:09, it is entered in the SUN files like this: 01:00:30:C1:57:44:09. My question is, do I need to enter that extra pair in my host records for OES Linux DHCP? If I do or don't, does it matter?

The reason I'm asking is that many of my older printers and even some of the newer ones are not picking up an address from the new DHCP server when the old one expires.